when determining the formula for a compound, it is important to know the valence numbers of each element. suppose that "element A" has a valence number 0f 3 and "element B" has a valence number of 2. if the two elements combine, then when writing the formula for the resulting compound what subscript number will be given to "element B"? a. 1, b. 2, c. 3, d. 5

Q: when determining the formula for a compound, it is important to know the valence numbers of each element. suppose that "element A" has a valence number 0f 3 and "element B" has a valence number of 2.

if the two elements combine, then when writing the formula for the resulting compound what subscript number will be given to "element B"? a. 1, b. 2, c. 3, d. 5

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when determining the formula for a compound, it is important to know the valence numbers of each element. suppose that "element A" has a valence number 0f 3 and "element B" has a valence number of 2. if the two elements combine, then when writing the formula for the resulting compound what subscript number will be given to "element B"? a. 1, b. 2, c. 3, d. 5

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